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Budget Outline Icons Set – Money, Finance 1
Annual Budget Financial Presentation (PowerPoint Template)
Budget Outline Icons Set — Money, Finance 1
The slide displays a collection of budget-related outline icons that symbolizes various financial and accounting concepts. These include icons representing OPEX (Operational Expenditures), Net Revenue, GM (Gross Margin), Tax, Percent, Decrease, Increase, Budget, Money, EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization), EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes), PBT (Profit Before Tax), and Arrows indicating direction or movement of finances, and a Profit icon. The intent is to visualize financial concepts and data for communication in presentations.
- The slide background is divided into two sections: a larger white upper part and a smaller dark teal lower part, creating a contrasting effect.
- A collection of light grey financial icons is uniformly arranged across the slide, with labels corresponding to each icon positioned directly below them; the labels are in black font to stand out against the white background.
- The icons are simple and include images of a money bag, arrows, a pie chart, and a percentage sign, connoting various financial metrics and movements.
- One icon is highlighted with a colored circle backdrop, signifying emphasis on that particular item.
- A title is displayed at the top of the slide in large, bold dark blue text.
- In the dark teal section, there is a contrasting message in bright blue and white text inviting viewers to edit the icons, paired with a light teal shape, accentuating this offer.
The overall visual design is clean, with a minimalist approach that emphasizes high readability and focus on the icons. The consistent use of outline icons creates a professional and thematic consistency conducive to financial topics.
- To visually support financial discussions during corporate earnings presentations.
- To enhance slides in budget planning meetings with clear, universally understood graphics.
- To illustrate key financial metrics and trends in investor pitches or shareholder brief ings.
- For educational purposes in workshops or seminars focused on finance, accounting, or business management.